A Florida man out walking his dog was attacked by an alligator and nearly dragged into a canal behind his home.
PHS/SPCA announced on Friday that the pair of ducks, named Forest and Meadow, were available for adoption for $20.
Rescuers found a puppy sheltering within the charred remains on a property impacted by the Berry Creek fires.
Even though Scientific American had never endorsed a presidential candidate in the magazine’s 175-year history, its top editor said Tuesday there was little internal debate over a decision to back Democrat Joe Biden.
In the video, taken by the GOES-WEST satellite above the Pacific Ocean, a dark grey cloud of smoke from the Western wildfires is blown over the Pacific Ocean and is swept up into the cyclone — swirling into a cyclonic low pressure system.
Astronomers looking at the atmosphere in neighboring Venus see something that might just be a sign of life.
A former U.S. Navy fighter pilot spoke this month about what he says was an encounter with a “Tic Tac”-shaped UFO and believes the flying object committed an “act of war.”
The United Nations says the world is getting hotter and is getting close to passing one of the limits set by global leaders five years ago.
A record amount of California is burning, spurred by a nearly 20-year mega-drought. To the north, parts of Oregon that don’t usually catch fire are in flames.
Venom from honeybees rapidly destroyed triple-negative breast cancer, a type of cancer that has limited treatment options, and HER2-enriched breast cancer cells, according to a study published in the journal npj Precision Oncology.
A man captured video of a passenger jet apparently catching fire in midair in Honolulu over Labor Day weekend.
Astrophysicists detected the signal from a long ago violent collision of two black holes that created a new one of a size that had never been seen before.
An animal welfare group says that Kaavan the elephant, who has become a cause celebre for animal activists around the world, will be allowed to leave his Pakistani zoo and transferred to better conditions.
The alerts, which ban the burning of wood or other solid fuel both indoors and outdoors, are the 20th and 21st consecutive alerts issued by the Bay Area Air Quality Management District.
The alerts, which ban the burning of wood or other solid fuel both indoors and outdoors, are the 18th and 19th consecutive alerts issued.
These job losses could rise even further as the virus keeps most people frightened and grounded.
A study by the Road Ecology Center at the University of California, Davis found traffic declined by about 75% after the emergency health regulation went into effect in March.
Five of six dead birds testing positive were picked up in Brentwood.
Japan’s SkyDrive Inc., among the myriads of “flying car” projects around the world, has carried out a successful though modest test flight with one person aboard.
A U.S. Coast Guard crew had a frightening encounter with a shark earlier this week as they were taking a refreshing dip in the Pacific.